December 9, 2009, Charlotteobserver.com — Wells Fargo officials stunned 15 recession-weary Charlotte nonprofits this morning with some welcome gifts: $6 million in checks aimed at helping them survive the downturn and push new projects forward.
Charlotte, N.C., November 17, 2009, The Charlotte Observer — As part of a new strategic focus on emergency needs, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation has committed $1 million to seven nonprofits that are aiding Charlotteans hurt by the recession.
Blogs are a good way for nonprofits to expand their reach and communicate more directly with supporters and their community. But where do you start?
In August, TechSoup sponsored the webinar "Introduction to Blogging for Nonprofits and Libraries," in which presenters Allyson Kapin, blogger for Care2's blog Frogloop, and Jason Griffey, co-author of the book "Library Blogging," discussed the basics of getting started with a blog, covering how much staff time to devote to it, who should blog and which tools to use, and offering best practices.
WASHINGTON, D.C., September 16, 2009 — The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy announced today the election of Ana Garcia-Ashley, Joy Persall, Cynthia Renfro and Gerald L. Taylor to the organization’s board of directors.
September 16, 2009, The Charlotte Observer — The Charlotte Symphony's climb toward financial security received an unprecedented boost Tuesday from a pair of $1million donations from two of Charlotte's leading philanthropic families.
The Board of Trustees for The Prudential Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c) 3 organization, recently approved $2.9 million in grants to five organizations that are working to address needs in communities around the country.